The Central Houghton Zoom meeting on the project will be held Monday June 8 at 6:00 PM. Meeting info is as follows.
You can participate in the discussion at the zoom meeting. You can also provide input on projects via the City's web page (see info and links below)
If you are interested in potential projects in other neighborhoods you can also attend the zoom meetings for the neighborhoods - see note 1 below for a link to the meeting schedule.
As always, please let us know if you have any questions, comments, or ideas on how CHNA can better serve our neighborhood.
Zoom Conf1 is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Meeting ID: 924 0149 0805
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More information on the program and zoom meeting is provided below.
Safer Routes to School – YOUR INPUT IS NEEDED
The City Council directed staff to work with Kirkland neighborhoods, parents and PTAs to develop a prioritized list of walk and bike improvements to make it easier and safer for children to walk and bike to the bus and school.
The walk recommendations resulted from a year-long public engagement process and engineering analysis of Kirkland’s transportation network. More than 550 suggested projects were reviewed and analyzed by both City engineering staff and an independent engineering consultant.
Voting: In June, the City wants to get your input on the preliminary list of walk recommendations. Which ones do you think are most important for your school/neighborhood? Anyone can vote, even if you don’t have school age children. There are three ways to provide input.
- Neighborhood Zoom Meeting: The walk recommendations and instructions for online voting will be presented during neighborhood zoom meetings. You will have the opportunity to ask questions, get clarification on specific projects, and learn how to vote. Click here to see when your neighborhood zoom meeting is scheduled.
- Online: You can access information regarding Safer Routes to School Action Plans online. After June 1, you can vote for your top three walk recommendations online.
- Email or phone: Voting can be done by contacting Kari Page at KPage@kirklandwa.gov or (425) 587-3875.